it has been a couple of days since my last post, I was super busy but have some time to get back to blogging now. Today I want to review 5 polishes from KIKO which I bought back in 2015 (can you believe it?!) Somehow I never got around to showing them to you.
Here it is, the KIKO real glare polish collection.
In this post:
introduction to the KIKO real glare collection
overview of the polishes (5 out of 6)
swatches of the polishes I bought
conclusion: what I think
Disclaimer: advertisement – the following products were bought and paid by myself.
tonight I want to review 3 more Ciaté polishes I bought during the past few months. One of them I got from my dear friend Heidi (Heidi’s Polish). She was so nice to give me She’s electric as a present along with some other polishes.
Bold and beautiful, this glittery black is the perfect accessory for any girls night on the town. The polish is very sheer at the beginning so you might need 3 coats to get an opaque finish. The different colored and holographic glitter. With one coat it even looks like small hairs of fur or feather.
only a few days left until this years Ciaté Month is over. I would love to read what you think and if you liked it. Please let me know in the comments below or on my other Social Media Sites.
Today I would like to review Ciaté’s Corrupted Neons Kits.
Usually the loose neon glitters I am going to review today are only available in the corrupted neons kits. They come in four different colors and include a mini polish, a full sized bottle of loose glitter and a mini bottle of black light top coat.
Let’s take a look at the available kits (top to bottom)
Corrupted Neon Manicure Megaphone
Corrupted Neon Manicure Club Tropicana
Corrupted Neon Manicure Shout out
Corrupted Neon Manicure Foam Party
I got mine seperately at TKmaxx though. I bought the following three:
10g – Megaphone Neon Glitter
10g – Club Tropicana Neon Glitter
10g – Foam Party Neon Glitter
I really love how bright these glitters are. Depending on which base color you apply them they loose a bit of their brightness though. I applied over Ciaté’s sass pott and used different placements and also neon studs to brighten up this manicure.
To achieve this look you simply add tape at the parts where you want to keep the base color. Carefully add a layer of clear top coat where you want the glitter to stick. I made sure not to apply to much on the tape because it would we a waste of glitter since it would stick to the tape. Immediately add the glitter and while everything is still wet, carefully take off the tape. If there is some glitter poking out of the straight line, poke it back in place to get a clear edge.
Add small dots of clear polish to make the studs stick to your nail and you are done. I did not use any top coat to seal in the glitter, since I don’t like the way it looks.
How do you like the result?
If you are interested in buying these kits, they are still available at the Ciate USA Webiste.